When the Lord made it clear to me that I was to teach the book of The Revelation on my blog in 2016 and beyond, I looked behind me to see to whom He might be speaking. There was no one behind me, but I was certain He could not mean that I was to teach Revelation.
In fact, that is exactly what He meant. If there is any book in the Bible more difficult to teach than the book of Hebrews, it would be, without question, The Revelation. God seems to get a kick out of plopping me down in the most difficult books in the Bible and asking me to teach and write on them. First it was Hebrews, and out of that came my second Bible study entitled HeBrews: A Better Blend. Now, it is The Revelation. I have to laugh at the absurdity of me, ME, teaching either of those books. Bible scholars do not even have a grasp on them. How in the world am I to teach either of them? But, when God says to move, I’ve learned to simply say, “Yes sir! Whatever you say, Sir!”, then wait on the anointing for the task.
So, beginning in January 2016 I set in, as my Daddy would have said, to teaching The Revelation. We began with Revelation 1, and I intend to teach through the book, chapter by chapter, until we turn the final page of The Revelation. Here in this space I am linking to each of the posts in this series. Simply click on the picture and you will be taken to that post. The links are in the order the posts were offered.
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